You may have heard, the Louvre Museum is now offering its entire collection online! You can now browse more than 480,000 incredible works from home, without the crowds. The huge online exhibits span paintings, engravings, sketches, objects and sculptures from across the museum’s galleries, as well as those of the Musée National Eugène Delacroix. It even includes statues from the nearby Tuileries and Carrousel gardens. You can go through the collection by various themed albums or just explore the museum room by room with an interactive map.
What’s more, there are concerts in the galleries to watch, and there is even a section called Louvre Kids which includes video histories about some of the items in their collection (in English): https://louvrekids.louvre.fr/tales/c/0 as well as a summer story time collection here (in French with English subtitles): https://louvrekids.louvre.fr/summer-tales/c/0